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March 14, 2008

Nassau M60 Aneroid Barometer - Perfect for Boats

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M60 Aneroid Barometer Uses German made twin-cell pressure sensor for highest accuracy. No power is required for operation. The calibrated at the factory using a high quality pressure chamber to set the readings so that it arrives at your door fully ready for operation. Specify altitudes over 2000 feet

Designed and manufactured for professional use, the Nassau line of instruments have been used extensively by numerous agencies such as the US Navy and the US Coast Guard. It has also been used at FAA approved airports, and in many industrial and research applications. These instruments are designed to provide high accuracy and trouble-free operation. They will provide years of continuous service. Their appearance is one of class and elegance. If you are looking to outfit your boat, beach house, den or office with instrumentation that says "quality" at a glance, then these are the units for you.

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